History: Eagles vs. Bengals
- The Bengals lead 9-3-1.
- The Bengals' .730 winning percentage against Philadelphia is their second largest against any opponent
- Perhaps the most memorable game between the teams came on Christmas Eve in 1994, when the Bengals scored twice in the final three seconds to win 33-30. Doug Pelfrey kicked a 22-yard field goal with 3 seconds left to tie the game, recovered a muffed squib kick with one second left, and Pelfrey hit a career-long 54-yard field goal as time expired.
- The Eagles (0-3-1) are one of three teams to never win a game in Cincinnati, along with New York Giants (0-6) and Carolina Panthers (0-1-1).
- In the first meeting between the teams in the 1971 season opener, Virgil Carter hit Speed Thomas for a 90-yard touchdown, which still stands as the second longest pass play in Bengals history behind Ken Anderson's 91-yarder to Billy Brooks in 1977.